Today, we look at some of the special considerations you may want to take into account when selecting a CRM if your organization has a large direct mail portfolio. If your organization relies on large numbers of donations from individuals ...Read More
The months and week leading to a nonprofit technology project's Go-Live day can be stressful and nerve-wrecking. The time before, during, and after Go-Live are all critical points of change for your colleagues involved in the system change. Go-Live communications ...Read More
Given the complex nature of the market and the major changes underway, it’s wise for any organization that currently uses a CRM platform (or is considering implementing one) to do its due diligence. That begins with understanding how your ...Read More
As social, economic, and policy factors change, the giving patterns of individuals and companies change in response. It wasn’t long ago that average donors sat down at the end of the year, possibly consulted with their families about which ...Read More
This is part two of our series. Read part one here.
Why is Impact Measurement Important?
Funders and individual donors are requiring more of today’s nonprofits. We no longer live in a world where large organizations rule and rake ...Read More
Are you struggling with your nonprofit CRM?
Constituent relationship management software (CRM) is a fundamentally important tool for helping nonprofits deliver their services and fulfill their missions. Unfortunately, as time passes and the needs of users and constituencies evolve, CRM ...Read More
We often hear that a staggeringly high percentage of change initiatives fail. In fact, about 70%. We are living in an age of technical and social disruption – and today’s nonprofits are challenged to evolve through that disruption. Strong leadership during ...Read More
If you have been paying attention to nonprofit vendor marketing in the past year you’ve surely noticed an ongoing theme - an emphasis on impact measurement.
Salesforce: “Impact – social impact, impact on a community, impact on a neighborhood – is ...Read More
During a technology initiative, the signs of trouble are not always clear. Team members can be working their hardest to complete their tasks, but somehow the project milestones keep getting delayed or redefined. Rarely do staff want to pull the ...Read More
It’s somewhat commonly known that a large portion of change initiatives, including technology-based initatives, fail. While the percentage varies by study, it’s high - about 70%. We are living in an age of technical and social disruption – and today’...Read More